Tuesday – Day 5

Yearbooks:
Yearbooks have arrived and they look awesome! If you would like to purchase a copy of the yearbook, Mrs. Gallant will be selling them today at morning break and at 12:15 in the lobby. There are a limited number of books left and they will be sold on a first come first served basis. The cost is $35. Don’t be disappointed, get yours today!

Battle of the Bands:
We have almost 200 students attending tomorrow, which is awesome! Ms. Poirier would like to meet with the performers today at reading period in the library.

Library:
All books are due tomorrow, please make sure you return them to the library by then.

Green Team:
There will be a cleanup blitz today (Tuesday) at 1:00 pm – ask your 5th. Period teacher if it fine for you to miss the first 15 minutes to go.

Young Citizens Through Canada History Contest:
Support for Jayden Paul’s Heritage Fair video: Jayden Paul, 7I, is a participant in the Young Citizens Through Canada’s History Contest. Please take a moment and vote for her Video on St. Mary’s First Nation online at:
http://kids.canadashistory.ca/Kids/YoungCitizens/Profiles/2019/Jayden-P
Voting opens June 11th and will run for one month until July 12th, 2019. With our support, she could win a trip to Ottawa, to attend Canada’s History Forum. Voting is allowed once per day.

 Video Games:
Do you have a passion for video games? Now is your chance to create your very own. In the Game Force: Designer’s Bootcamp summer camps, participants will learn the basics of video game development including programming, audio, animations, level design, etc. At the end of the camp, each student will receive a USB drive containing a freeware version of the software used during the camp as well as other resources that will enable them to continue working on their video games long after the summer camp has ended.
All camps are for youth 10-14 years of age and are free of charge. No previous video game development experience is necessary. To book a seat, please contact: Fred Irving, Game Force Instructor, by Phone: 902-314-0428 or by Email: fairving@gov.pe.ca

Band Sweaters:
Grade 9 band students must return band sweaters during classes this week.

Girls Softball Team:
The girl’s softball team won their quarter final game yesterday by defeating East Wilshire 20-3. Sydney Lawlor was the winning pitcher. Top batters were Sydney Lawlor, Zoe Stewart and Lydia Doyle. The girls will move on to the semis tomorrow in Summerside. Girls are to be on the field by 12:15. The game are at Slemon Park. There will be a short meeting at reading period in the lobby.

 

 

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Monday – Day 4

Young Citizens Through Canada History Contest:
Support for Jayden Paul’s Heritage Fair video: Jayden Paul, 7I, is a participant in the Young Citizens Through Canada’s History Contest. Please take a moment and vote for her Video on St. Mary’s First Nation online at:
http://kids.canadashistory.ca/Kids/YoungCitizens/Profiles/2019/Jayden-P
Voting opens June 11th and will run for one month until July 12th, 2019. With our support, she could win a trip to Ottawa, to attend Canada’s History Forum. Voting is allowed once per day.

Duke of Edinburgh:
The Duke of Edinburgh applications are due today (Monday, June 10th.) This will be the final date if any grade 8 would like to be part of the Stonepark Duke of Edinburgh team.  Please submit your applications to Mr. McIntosh or Mr. Dunn.

Video Games:
Do you have a passion for video games? Now is your chance to create your very own. In the Game Force: Designer’s Bootcamp summer camps, participants will learn the basics of video game development including programming, audio, animations, level design, etc. At the end of the camp, each student will receive a USB drive containing a freeware version of the software used during the camp as well as other resources that will enable them to continue working on their video games long after the summer camp has ended.
All camps are for youth 10-14 years of age and are free of charge. No previous video game development experience is necessary. To book a seat, please contact: Fred Irving, Game Force Instructor, by Phone: 902-314-0428 or by Email: fairving@gov.pe.ca

Battle of the Bands:
Battle of the Bands – today is your last chance to pay for Battle of the Bands on Wednesday afternoon. Please pay $3 by reading period to your class rep. Hope to see lots of you at the show!

Band Sweaters:
Grade 9 band students must return band sweaters during classes this week.

Girls Softball:
The girl’s softball team will play against East Wiltshire at George Smith Field today at 4:30! Go Tigers!

Boys A Flag Football:
The boys will have a practice today (Monday).

Boys A Flag Football:
A big “”woot-woot”” to the boys A flag football making it to provincials in Summerside this week! Amazing offensive and defensive plays against Birchwood!!  The boys were down at half time but with  20 seconds left, got an interception which lead to a touchdown for the win with 6 seconds left on the time clock ! Final score 26-20!  It was an amazing game. The boys practice today after school (Monday).

 

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Friday – Day 3

Young Citizens Through Canada History Contest:
Support for Jayden Paul’s Heritage Fair video: Jayden Paul, 7I, is a participant in the Young Citizens Through Canada’s History Contest. Please take a moment and vote for her Video on St. Mary’s First Nation online at:
http://kids.canadashistory.ca/Kids/YoungCitizens/Profiles/2019/Jayden-P
Voting opens June 11th and will run for one month until July 12th, 2019. With our support, she could win a trip to Ottawa, to attend Canada’s History Forum. Voting is allowed once per day.

Duke of Edinburgh:
The Duke of Edinburgh applications have been extended to Monday, June 11th. This will be the final date if any grade 8 would like to be part of the Stonepark Duke of Edinburgh team.  Please submit your applications to Mr. McIntosh or Mr. Dunn.

Battle of the Bands:
Today was supposed to be the last day to collect for the Battle of the Bands, but Ms. Poirier is not in today, so she is extending it to Monday.  Class reps are asked to hold onto their envelopes until Monday.  This gives you all more time to collect $3 so you can come out to support our 8 bands on Wednesday during periods 5 & 6! Hope to see  you there!

Girls Softball:
The girl’s softball team will play against East Wiltshire at George Smith Field Monday at 4:30! Go Tigers!

Boys A Flag Football:
A big “”woot “” to the boys A flag football making it to provincials  in Summerside next week! Amazing offensive and defensive plays against Birchwood!!
The boys were down at half and at the 20 second mark, got an interception which lead to a touchdown for the win with 6 seconds left on the time clock ! Final score 26-20!
It was an amazing game.
The boys will have their next practice Monday.

 

 

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Thursday – Day 2

Young Citizens Through Canada History Contest:
Support for Jayden Paul’s Heritage Fair video: Jayden Paul, 7I, is a participant in the Young Citizens Through Canada’s History Contest. Please take a moment and vote for her Video on St. Mary’s First Nation online at:
http://kids.canadashistory.ca/Kids/YoungCitizens/Profiles/2019/Jayden-P
Voting opens June 11th and will run for one month until July 12th, 2019. With our support, she could win a trip to Ottawa, to attend Canada’s History Forum. Voting is allowed once per day.

Duke of Edinburgh:
The Duke of Edinburgh applications have been extended to Monday, June 11th. This will be the final date if any grade 8 would like to be part of the Stonepark Duke of Edinburgh team.  Please submit your applications to Mr. McIntosh or Mr. Dunn.

Battle of the Bands:
We have 8 bands from our school performing.  It is happening on June 12th (Wednesday) for periods 5 & 6, but you must pay $3 by Friday to attend! Your class reps will take the money to Ms. Poirier.   Also, Ms. Poirier would like to meet with all students in Battle of the Bands today (Thursday) in the library at reading period ready for a photo.

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Wednesday – Day 1

Young Citizens Through Canada History Contest:
Support for Jayden Paul’s Heritage Fair video: Jayden Paul, 7I, is a participant in the Young Citizens Through Canada’s History Contest. Please take a moment and vote for her Video on St. Mary’s First Nation online at:
http://kids.canadashistory.ca/Kids/YoungCitizens/Profiles/2019/Jayden-P
Voting opens June 11th and will run for one month until July 12th, 2019. With our support, she could win a trip to Ottawa, to attend Canada’s History Forum. Voting is allowed once per day.

Duke of Edinburgh:
The Duke of Edinburgh applications have been extended to Monday, June 11th. This will be the final date if any grade 8 would like to be part of the Stonepark Duke of Edinburgh team.  Please submit your applications to Mr. McIntosh or Mr. Dunn.

Youth Empowerment Program PEI:
This summer the Youth Empowerment Programme PEI will be organizing 6 week long camps for youth between 11 – 15 years old.
The Programme is designed to help youth learn how to build true friendships, help others in their community, develop their ability to express themselves while making good decisions. It will be a time of playing sport, having group discussions, creating music, drama, painting and crafts, and planning projects to help the community.
The group will be setting up a booth just before school starts on today (Wednesday) if you have any questions.

Battle of the Bands:
We hope to have lots of students attend the Battle of the Bands on June 12th, but you have to pay by June 7th, so get your $3 to your class reps as soon as possible.  Class reps are reminded to check off the names of anyone who pays and to bring their envelopes to Ms. Poirier during any homeroom that they collect money.  Let’s show our brave performers that we appreciate the hard work they have put into rehearsing for the show!

AA Girls Flag football:

Will practice today (Wednesday,) after school 3:10-4:15 First playoff game is Thursday.

Girls Softball:
The girl’s softball team clinched first place in the east division by defeating Birchwood 8-6 yesterday. Sydney Lawlor pitched another great game striking out 6. Lilly Keefe, Zoe Stewart and Kezlee Yorston were the top batters. The girls finished the regular season with a record of 5-1. The girls will play East Wiltshire Monday. Time and field to be determined!

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June Newsletter

It’s hard to believe, but our final newsletter of the school year is now available.

There is a lot of valuable information inside, so please take a few minutes to take a look.

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Tuesday – Day 6

Lego Club:
Lego Club will meet today at lunch in Mrs. Richards’ room. All are welcome. Feel free to bring your lunch.

Duke of Edinburgh:
The Duke of Edinburgh applications have been extended to Monday, June 11th. This will be the final date if any grade 8 would like to be part of the Stonepark Duke of Edinburgh team.  Please submit your applications to Mr. McIntosh or Mr. Dunn.

Library Monitors:
Will be around at reading period to collect library books today, please have them ready. Class reps are reminded to collect money for Battle of the Bands, Friday is the last day to pay your $3 to get in for next Wednesday afternoon. Don’t forget tomorrow is Favourite Character theme day!

Youth Empowerment Program PEI:
This summer the Youth Empowerment Programme PEI will be organizing 6 week long camps for youth between 11 – 15 years old.
The Programme is designed to help youth learn how to build true friendships, help others in their community, develop their ability to express themselves while making good decisions. It will be a time of playing sport, having group discussions, creating music, drama, painting and crafts, and planning projects to help the community.
The group will be setting up a booth just before school starts on today (Tuesday) and Wednesday – if you have any questions.

Battle of the Bands:
We hope to have lots of students attend the Battle of the Bands on June 12th, but you have to pay by June 7th, so get your $3 to your class reps as soon as possible.  Class reps are reminded to check off the names of anyone who pays and to bring their envelopes to Ms. Poirier during any homeroom that they collect money.  Let’s show our brave performers that we appreciate the hard work they have put into rehearsing for the show!

Stonepark Hockey Academy:
“There will be an information meeting at reading period in the cafeteria for those current grade 7 & 8 students who would like to find out more about the Stonepark Hockey Academy.  Applications will be available at the meeting, then in the main office and online. Deadline is June 14.

Girls Softball Team:

The girl’s softball team took over first place by beating Birchwood yesterday 3-1.  Sydney Lawlor was once again excellent on the mound striking out nine. Keri Anderson and Menna McCabe came up with the big hits. The girl’s conclude their regular season today with a gamer against Birchwood at Sprong Lane at 4:30. Girls are to let Mr. Dunn know at reading period if you need a drive. Taxis will leave at 3:30.

AA Girls Flag football:
Will practice tomorrow (Wednesday,) after school 3:10-4:15 First playoff game is Thursday.

 

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Hockey Skills Academy – 2019-2020

We are already planning for next year’s Stonepark Hockey Academy.  Please see this notice for further details:

2019-2020 Hockey Skills Academy Information

2019-2020 Hockey Skills Academy Registration Package

Applications and fee should be submitted to Stonepark by Friday, June 14.

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Monday – Day 5

Coding Club:
Coding Club will meet today at 12:20 in Mrs. Reynard’s room.  This will be the last meeting for the school year.

Theme Days:
For the next 3 Wednesdays we will have theme days,this week will be Favourite Character day. Hope to see you all take part in some of the free fun 🙂  Could all class reps bring any Battle of the Band money collected to Ms. Poirier following announcements, please?

Youth Empowerment Program PEI:
This summer the Youth Empowerment Programme PEI will be organizing 6 week long camps for youth between 11 – 15 years old.
The Programme is designed to help youth learn how to build true friendships, help others in their community, develop their ability to express themselves while making good decisions. It will be a time of playing sport, having group discussions, creating music, drama, painting and crafts, and planning projects to help the community.
The group will be setting up a booth just before school starts on tomorrow (Tuesday) and Wednesday – if you have any questions.

Battle of the Bands:
We hope to have lots of students attend the Battle of the Bands on June 12th, but you have to pay by June 7th, so get your $3 to your class reps as soon as possible.  Class reps are reminded to check off the names of anyone who pays and to bring their envelopes to Ms. Poirier during any homeroom that they collect money.  Let’s show our brave performers that we appreciate the hard work they have put into rehearsing for the show!

Track Athletes:
Last week was a busy week for our Track athletes. We participated in the regional meet at UPEI on Monday with a bit of success. Bella Quinn finished the day with a 3rd in the 150m dash, a 2nd in the 80m dash and a 1st in the High Jump. Gwen Costello finished 2nd in the 800m run, Eric McCashion raced to a 2nd place in both the 800m and 1200m runs, in very close races. Luke Coughlin earned a 2nd place in the discus and Josh Burgess was 4th in the High Jump and won 1st place in the Shot Put. Jacob Bearisto earned 3rd in the triple jump and Livi Lawlor raced 4th in the 100m dash. Ethan MacBeth finished 4th in the 100m dash and ran a strong 2000m to win 2nd.
At the Provincial Meet on Friday and Saturday our athletes continued their success. Ethan MacBeth missed out on 2nd place in the 2000m by hundredths of seconds, earning 3rd in the province and Josh Burgess improved his distance for Shot Put by 80cm and placed 2nd in the province. Both Livi Lawlor and Ethan MacBeth qualified for the finals in their sprint events and ran strong races. Congrats to everyone who competed this year!

 

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Friday – Day 4

Leadership:
This message is for all peer mentors.  Today (Friday) is our last day for running all peer mentor activities, including EAL

Green Team:
Any member of the Green Team who plans on going on the field on Monday, must have their permission form in to Mrs. Burry today. Please dress appropriately for the weather, bring a reusable water bottle and a garbageless lunch.

Extra Help:
There will be extra help today (day 4) on both sides in Industrial Arts @ 12:15, please be on time.

Needlecraft Club:
Needlecraft Club will meet for the final time this year in Miss Dockendorff’s Room at 12:15 today.

Lost & Found Table:
Reminder to all students, today (Friday) is the last day for the lost and found table.  If items are not picked up by noontime, they will be forwarded on to a charity.

Battle of the Bands:
We hope to have lots of students attend the Battle of the Bands on June 12th, but you have to pay by June 7th, so get your $3 to your class reps as soon as possible.  Class reps are reminded to check off the names of anyone who pays and to bring their envelopes to Ms. Poirier during any homeroom that they collect money.  Let’s show our brave performers that we appreciate the hard work they have put into rehearsing for the show!

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